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common item

[¦käm·ən ¦ī·dəm]
(ordnance)
Piece of equipment or materiel of supply, used or procured by more than one technical service.
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First, contractors would have to provide a written report to GIDEP within 60 days of becoming aware that a common item purchased by or for the contractor for delivery to or for the government is counterfeit, is suspected to be counterfeit or contains a major or critical nonconformance and constitutes a quality escape that has resulted in the release of like nonconforming items to more than one customer.
Tenders are invited for Ioh Maintenance Schedule Of N-32 Tap Changer Consising Of 30 Common Item Of M/S Bti Make Or M/S Aal Make Ganz Type As Per Annexure.
Jeans are the most common item of unworn clothes, with 88 per cent saying they own at least one pair that they would never be seen out in.
Cigarette stubs have also increased steadily since 1994 and are now the eighth most common item, with the potential to climb even higher as smoking moves outdoors.
IMAGINE THIS: ``Boulders'' soft enough to rest your head on, ``alien spacecraft'' made from a common item in your kitchen cabinet and ``blood'' that doubles as a dessert topping.
Staff members were behind more than a third of thefts, and the most common item pilfered was branded clothing, with meat, cheese, alcohol and seafood also being frequent targets.
Money is the most common item stolen abroad, followed by cameras, video equipment, clothes, jewellery and credit cards.
According to the survey the most common item of self-defence is a personal alarm, which is carried by 9% of drivers, while 6% claim to carry a club, bat or hammer.
Single black bin bags of household waste tossed by the roadside or down back alleys are the most common item reported to councils.
The study, commissioned by Eurotunnel, showed the most common item left behind by holidaymakers was their passport, although one camper admitted forgetting his tent.
The most common item people admitted leaving behind was their passport;
Car stereo players proved the most common item stolen, followed by bags, CDs and tapes and clothes.